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ANNUAL REPORT

2012-2013

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ABOUT Development and Peace

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or more than 45 years, Development and Peace has been working to transform lives in the Global South. As the official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada, Development and Peace works in partnership with local organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to create greater justice in the world and to act in solidarity with the most vulnerable. In Canada, we raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and injustice in the developing world and mobilize Canadians to act for social change. Development and Peace is also the Canadian member of Caritas Internationalis, an international confederation of Catholic humanitarian and development agencies, and one of the largest humanitarian aid networks in the world.

TRANSPARENCY This annual report is part of our commitment to transparency and accountability to our donors and supporters. In it, we present the results we achieved throughout the year in fulfilling our mission. You can consult our website at devp.org/annualreport for additional information and details.

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MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

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he last year brought many changes for Development and Peace. Here in Canada, we consolidated our education, communications and fundraising programs into one department. This will enable us to create stronger and more articulated campaigns, to better support our membership, and to create a greater synergy with our donors and supporters across the country.

This has been the very essence of the message of our first Pope from the “new world,” Pope Francis. Not long after being elected Pontiff, Pope Francis quickly prioritized the plight of the poor for the Church - and all of society challenging leaders and individuals to replace the drive for profit, which all too often comes at the expense of those who will benefit the least, with love and compassion.

We also saw the integration of the Canadian International Development Agency, a government partner that we had been working with since 1968, into the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development. As we have continued to adjust to ongoing changes in the Canadian government’s policies on foreign aid, we have not changed our own resolve to contribute to a society where all human beings can live a dignified life, where care for creation is respected and where justice, equality and solidarity become an integral part of the social fabric.

“Among our tasks as witnesses to the love of Christ is that of giving a voice to the cry of the poor, so that they are not abandoned to the laws of an economy that seems at times to treat people as mere consumers,” he proclaimed.

As the world becomes increasingly smaller through ever-changing technological advances, we are now more than ever a global community where every man, woman and child is our neighbour. It means that we must all make changes if we are to live in a world whose heart beats as one.

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At Development and Peace, we are up to the task! We choose to embrace change as an opportunity for transformation, and we hope you will join us in this powerful global movement.

National Council Chairperson and President

Executive Director


THE YEAR IN NUMBERS 10 000

Number of members

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Number of National Council members

The most vulnerable: they are the primary victims of natural disasters, armed conflict, poverty and injustice.

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Number of Diocesan Councils

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DONATIONS $15,235,956 110,617 34,664

5,725 6,614

Amount received in donations Number of donations * Number of donors ** (individuals, corporate and foundations) Number of monthly donors Number of online donations

* Including donations for humanitarian crises ** Excluding monthly donors

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Number of countries where we worked in 2012-2013

Geographical breakdown Africa: 45% Latin America: 27% Asia: 16% Middle East: 11% International networks: 1% Breakdown of areas Democracy and Citizen Participation: 36% Humanitarian Aid: 32% Equality between Men and Women: 11% Control and Management of Natural Resources: 9% Peacebuilding and Reconciliation: 8% Ecological Justice: 3%


HIGHLIGHTS OF 2012-2013

2012

The past year was marked by the many activities here in Canada and around the world that we carried out as part of our mission to strengthen solidarity between Canadians and their brothers and sisters in the Global South, and to address the root causes of poverty.

OCTOBER / SAHEL: Development and Peace announces that it has raised $1.8 million for aid in the Sahel region of West Africa, which is suffering a food crisis due to drought. This amount is eligible to be matched by the Canadian government for its Sahel Crisis Fund.

NOVEMBER / CALL TO PEACE: Development and Peace, along with

other civil society organizations, calls on the Canadian government to demand an immediate ceasefire in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and to provide humanitarian aid for the thousands who have been terrorized and displaced.

DECEMBER / ADVOCACY: Concerned over changes to Canada’s international

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aid policies that seek to benefit Canadian economic interests, Development and Peace sends a letter to the Minister of International Cooperation to ask that the most poor and vulnerable remain the primary focus of Canadian foreign aid.

MAY / MEETING THE NEW POPE: Michael Casey, Executive Director of Development and Peace and President of Caritas Internationalis for North America, participates in a meeting at the Vatican, organized between Pope Francis and the directors of the Caritas Internationalis network. / CANADIAN AID: The president of Development and Peace, Mr. Pat Kennedy, participates in a meeting between the Minister of International Cooperation, the Honourable Julian Fantino, and the CCCB, represented by Most Rev. Richard Smith, President of the CCCB, Most Rev. Paul-André Durocher, Vice-President of the CCCB, and Msgr. Pat Powers, Secretary General of the CCCB, to ensure that poverty eradication remains the central focus of Canadian aid policies.

FEBRUARY / RECONSTRUCTION: Three years after the earthquake that devastated Haiti, Development and Peace inaugurates the first 50 houses in its housing reconstruction project, which will eventually result in 400 homes in an area that was at the epicenter of the earthquake.

JUNE / CAMPAIGN FOR SYRIA: In response to the ever-worsening crisis in Syria, Development and Peace and the CCCB launch a joint campaign to raise funds for humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees. / DEFENDING HUMAN RIGHTS: Concerned about allegations of espionage in Brazil by a local mining company, including of human rights workers, Development and Peace and other civil society organizations send a letter to the President of Brazil, Dilma Roussef, requesting an in-depth and transparent inquiry into these alleged acts.

MARCH / WOMEN: On International Women’s Day, Development and

AUGUST / VISIT TO ETHIOPIA: A delegation from Development and Peace

Peace and MiningWatch Canada send a letter to the women of the Siria Valley in Honduras, expressing support for their struggle to oppose a new mining law and calling on their government to provide medical care for illnesses caused by a local mine.

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that includes among others, Most Rev. Terrence Prendergast, the Archbishop of Ottawa, Most Rev. Noël Simard, the Bishop of Valleyfield, Dick Mynen, National Council member for British Colombia and Michael Casey, Executive Director of Development and Peace, travels to Ethiopia to visit projects that are part of a long-term response to a food crisis that hit the country in 2011.


INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS The role of Development and Peace in working with local communities is not simply that of a donor. There is also a close, long-lasting relationship and feeling of brotherhood and sisterhood that is established between the organization, its partners and the local populations. Together, they are tackling the issues that contribute to systemic poverty and injustice, so that all can benefit from the world’s wealth in a just and sustainable way.

Our six areas of intervention PEACEBUILDING AND RECONCILIATION

We support people and organizations that are responding to the tragic consequences of armed conflict. They are engaged in peacebuilding initiatives that address the causes of violence, promote tolerance and propose ways to peacefully settle tensions, by encouraging the participation of all those involved in or affected by conflict.

CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Most of the planet’s land, water and mineral resources are concentrated in the hands of a minority of individuals and corporations. We are supporting impoverished populations in defending their rights and their environments in the face of the uncontrolled exploitation of natural resources, as they are the ones who tend to suffer the most from the negative impacts.

DEMOCRACY AND CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

In many countries, citizens do not have space to take part in important debates on issues that directly concern them. This situation has led to economic, social and political exclusion. We are working from the grassroots up to promote and encourage citizen participation in decision-making processes at the local, regional and national levels.

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ECOLOGICAL JUSTICE

Poor people in the Global South are particularly vulnerable to ecological changes that impact their daily lives. Often they do not have the capacity or resources to protect themselves against the devastating impacts of environmental damage and climate change, nor can they respond accordingly. We work in many countries in support of alternative sustainable development models that are environmentally safe, socially relevant and economically viable.

EQUALITY BETWEEN MEN AND WOMEN Everywhere around the world, women are far more vulnerable to

poverty and discrimination than men. Based on the fundamental dignity of every human being, we work with groups to ensure that everyone, both men and women, all have the same rights, the same access to goods, services and opportunities, and that their contribution to society is recognized and valued as equal.

HUMANITARIAN AID

In situations of natural disasters, armed conflict and other humanitarian crises, Development and Peace responds very quickly to support the most vulnerable without distinction. Moreover, our support goes beyond immediate humanitarian needs, and continues into the middle and long term in order to help local communities to become more resilient and empowered, and to rebuild in a sustainable way.


HOW OUR INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE AFRICA

NIGERIA

ZAMBIA

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

A partner of Development and Peace sent a letter to the local World Bank representative in Nigeria to denounce forced evictions and to demand the respect of the basic rights of 9,000 residents who became homeless in the district of Badia East as a result of a World Bank-supported project. This pressure forced the Lagos State Government to agree to compensate victims under threat of a freeze in funding of different World Bank projects.

The Zambia Extractive Industries Project (ZEIP) raised awareness about mining exploitation among riverside communities who have been the victims of mining projects (displacement, loss of arable land, insufficient or unfair compensation). These communities are now better equipped to negotiate with the government and mining companies. They are gradually gaining ground and winning some victories.

A community radio project in Katanga has reached approximately 1.5 million individuals and now the local population is in the process of taking full ownership of the project. Today, more than 50% of the operating costs of the radio project are covered by local revenue.

MADAGASCAR The Taratra project has allowed local populations to achieve concrete results including payment of local taxes, local development projects initiated and managed by the communes, budget follow-up, etc. Strengthened by these successes, the Taratra project activities have spread to new dioceses. Furthermore, Congolese bishops were able to learn about and acquire some of the skills, expertise, and tools that were developed as part of the Taratra project on a visit to Madagascar.

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SIERRA LEONE Thanks to awareness-raising activities and training sessions, communities living near mining sites have the necessary knowledge to defend their rights in meetings with the government and mining companies. In certain cases, there have been tangible results in terms of fair compensation.

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HOW OUR INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE ASIA

HONDURAS

COLOMBIA

CAMBODIA

Through capacity-building workshops, 264 community leaders received training on Honduran laws, and on human rights, financial and environmental laws and conventions. These leaders used the knowledge and skills they acquired to bring forward 42 cases of land disputes, preventing several major projects from being carried out on their territory.

Several biodiversity zones have been created allowing Afro-Colombian peasants to recover their land, which was violently and illegally taken away from them to produce palm oil.

Four partner organizations of Development and Peace mobilized to denounce the use of police and judicial repression against disadvantaged people, monks and independent journalists who stated their opposition to the inhumane management of major land development projects as well as other mining, forestry, hydroelectric and highway projects.

LATIN AMERICA HAITI As part of our reconstruction program, 40 cooperative housing units have been built, in addition to an income-generating project to encourage poultry production and trading in the urban area of Croix-des-Bouquets, near Port-au-Prince.

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BOLIVIA Bolivia became the fourth country to ratify the new international treaty on domestic workers. One of Development and Peace’s partners, a labour union for domestic workers, was instrumental in having this treaty, which will offer greater protection for these oft-abused and exploited workers, ratified.

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PERU Thanks to the work carried out by our partner, the regional government in Pasco passed a law requiring that records be kept of all the people who have been affected by a local open-pit mine (including displacements and high levels of heavy metals detected in blood samples). This is the first step for victims to demand fair compensation and medical treatment from the state and the mining company.


HOW OUR INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE PARAGUAY

HUMANITARIAN AID

SYRIA

Thanks to a policy that was put in place to support women in playing a leadership role, 50% of the national leaders of our partners in the peasant movement are now women.

BURKINA FASO

In Syria, eight projects were put in place by a local organization, allowing 16,000 people to benefit from food aid, rent assistance, medical assistance, clothing, heating and school supplies.

THE MIDDLE EAST

June 2012 marked the end of the first phase of our response to the food crisis in the country. Projects that were carried out reached over 350,000 people.

MALI

AFGHANISTAN Professional development was provided for trainers in civic education in rural areas in the provinces of Parwan and Kabul, as a way to advocate for increased participation of rural women in the political life of the country.

In addition to the food crisis of 2012, Mali experienced a violent political crisis that isolated parts of the country in the north. Development and Peace contributed $283,909 to meet the needs of people deprived of basic sustenance.

REGIONAL

PAKISTAN

A universal Arms Trade Treaty was ratified at the United Nations, in no small part due to years of efforts of civil society organizations, including a partner of Development and Peace, who worked with Arab states to encourage them to vote in favour of this treaty, which will create international standards on the sale of arms.

Development and Peace completed its program in response to massive flooding in 2010 that affected 20 million people. Reconstruction activities that helped people regain their livelihoods benefited over 100,000 people.

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OUR ACTIVITIES WORLDWIDE SEPTEMBER 1, 2012 – AUGUST 31, 2013

The following map presents the countries where we worked during 2012-2013. The amounts indicated are the total contributions made to regional programs and programs by country.

MAL I

HAITI $793,594

$283,909**

B U RKIN A FASO $131,799**

SIE RRA L EON E $454,000 **

HON D UR A S $21 9,20 4

COLOMBI A

N IGE RIA

$ 50 8,0 0 0

$427,000 DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

PERU

HUMANITARIAN AID PROGRAMS

$ 172,0 0 0

DEVELOPMENT AND HUMANITARIAN AID PROGRAMS *

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

BOL I V I A

$374,339***

$ 261 ,41 0

Amount includes funding from the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development’s International Humanitarian Assistance Program (formerly CIDA).

** Amount includes funding from the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. *** Amount includes funding from the Quebec Ministry of International Relations (MRI).

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CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC $50,000

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PA RAGUAY $ 30 5,000

Z A M BIA B RAZIL $755,000

$230,000


$165 ,000

$50,000

L E BA NON

SYR I A

$ 74 5 , 0 0 0 *

$ 1 30 ,0 0 0

J OR DA N

PA K I S TA N

$ 7 0 ,0 0 0

$ 275,0 0 0

AFGHAN ISTAN $285,000

B U RMA

S UDA N

$50,000

$ 1 ,350 ,0 0 0 *

DJ I BOU T I $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0

$ 442,500

S OMA L I A

$ 50 ,0 0 0

I N D ON E SIA $ 36 0,000

BU RU N DI $ 448,074

E AST TIMOR $2 15,000

MADAGASCAR

R E P U B LI C OF SO UT H SU DAN

$502 ,185

$50,000

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Asia

453 470 $ Middle East 30 000 $

$ 1 50 ,0 0 0

K EN YA

Africa 100 000 $

Latin America

PHIL IPPIN E S $671,000

$ 1 ,235,0 0 0

Development and Peace supports organizations that work at the international and regional levels to address issues that affect the entire region.

70 000 $

C A MB ODIA

ET H I OPI A

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CONTINENTAL PROGRAMS

PA L ES T I N IAN TE RRITORIE S

T UR K E Y


IN CANADA SHARE LENT 2013: HUMAN DIGNITY, MORE THAN EVER

our partners to address the needs of disadvantaged communities, and allow them the dignity of being active participants in their own development.

The goal of our annual Share Lent campaign is to revive the spirit of Lent and to support our members in carrying out a variety of awarenessraising and fundraising activities in order to collect the funds required to fulfill our mission.

A NEW LEAF: A FILM ABOUT THE FOOD CRISIS IN THE SAHEL

In 2013, we celebrated our 45th Share Lent campaign, featuring the slogan, Human Dignity, More than Ever, invoking the intrinsic dignity of all human beings. For the first time, we broadcast our national campaign launch on the Internet, live from Edmonton, presided by Most Rev. Richard Smith, President of the CCCB and Most Rev. Pedro Jimeno Barreto, Archbishop of Huancayo in Peru. Six solidarity visitors traveled to Canada to bear witness to the work being supported by Development and Peace in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Haiti, Peru, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This year the Share Lent campaign raised $8.6 million. Our staff and members organized a variety of special activities in 23 dioceses, more than 276 people and 72 teams took part in a THINKfast fundraiser, collecting over $130,000, and Canadians were invited to participate in the Good Friday Fast to raise money online. The campaign culminated on Solidarity Sunday, when a special collection was held in all participating parishes across the country. Thanks to the generous support of our donors, Development and Peace will be able to continue to work with

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In the summer of 2012, the Sahel region of West Africa faced a major food crisis that put 18 million people in a state of food insecurity. At the height of the crisis, Development and Peace went to Niger, one of the most severely affected countries, with a film crew from Salt and Light Television to document the impact this had on the communities. The result was a 30-minute documentary entitled A New Leaf, which focuses on the complex causes leading up to the crisis, and shows how our solidarity is making a real difference. The documentary was premiered in February 2013 in Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Vancouver, and Victoria before airing on Salt and Light Television. Father Isidore Ouédraogo, Executive Secretary of OCADES – Caritas Burkina Faso, one of Development and Peace’s partners in the Sahel, also took part in the premieres as a special panelist to answer questions from guests after each screening.


ADDRESSING THE CAUSES OF GLOBAL POVERTY HERE IN CANADA Throughout the year, Development and Peace addressed the issue of the changing political climate in Canadian international aid and development. As part of the International Development: Do it Justice campaign, we invited Canadians to reflect on the new direction of international aid, which now increasingly serves to promote Canada’s economic interests abroad rather than supporting poor populations on their path towards development. With this campaign, we also asked our members to share their concerns with their Members of Parliament. Many met with their MPs as part of a concerted effort to emphasize that Canadian international aid must focus on the needs of the poor and the most disadvantaged groups in the world, and to pursue sustainable alternatives in order to build sound economic, social and political structures.

YOUNG PEOPLE ARE GETTING INVOLVED! Youth are not indifferent to the suffering in the world. At Development and Peace, we have a growing number of committed youth members who are already engaged in showing their solidarity! Our popular and successful THINKfast program, a 25-hour fundraising and education fast done in schools and parishes, celebrated its

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25th anniversary. This activity has helped thousands of youth become more aware of poverty issues and the need for change. This year we also launched a new school initiative: The Mustard Seed Campaign. This fundraising campaign, inspired by the mustard seed parable, was a two-dollar coin drive in Catholic schools to demonstrate how the collective power of many can make a difference. Furthermore, 20 people between the ages of 18-35 went to Haiti, Bolivia and Rwanda as part of the Québec sans frontières program (Quebec Without Borders) which is organized in collaboration with the Quebec Ministry of International Relations, Francophonie and External Trade. Interns went overseas to support our partners in their work and to gain a meaningful experience in international solidarity. With such engaged youth, we are hopeful for the future of international solidarity.


TAKE ACTION TODAY!

Become a member: By becoming a member of Development and Peace you become part of a Canada-wide movement to help create awareness of social justice issues in the Global South.

Attend an educational workshop: Learn about social justice issues affecting populations in the Global South by attending an educational workshop. Contact the Development and Peace representative in your region to learn more.

Campaign: Show your support for our advocacy campaigns by signing a pledge card or petition, sharing campaign materials and/or participating in other campaign-related activities. Make a donation: You can make a donation to Development and Peace

by telephone: 1 800 234-8533; by visiting our website at devp.org and using our secure online donation form; or by sending a cheque to our head office at: 1425 RenĂŠ-LĂŠvesque Blvd. West, 3rd Floor, Montreal QC H3G 1T7.

Organize a THINKfast or other fundraising event: A THINKfast is a 25-hour fast to raise money for Development and Peace and can be done in a school, parish or other community club. Other fundraising event ideas are also welcome. To learn more, contact your regional representative or the Development and Peace head office.

Give a commemorative gift: Give a donation in memory of a loved one or in honour of a birthday, anniversary or other special event.

Sign-up for our e-newsletter: By signing up for our e-newsletter at devp.org you will receive timely updates on our advocacy campaigns, our international programs, our humanitarian aid appeals and more.

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FUNDRAISING Share-year Round: Give monthly!

Legacy of Hope

When you join Development and Peace’s monthly giving program Share Year-Round, you become a link in the chain of solidarity made up of men and women committed to promoting social justice and human dignity!

Our planned giving program, Legacy of Hope, is a simple way for our loyal supporters to leave a heartfelt gift that will ensure that we can continue to fulfill our mission in the long-term. It encourages us and our partners in the Global South to pursue our common goal of building a just world. With careful planning, you can benefit your heirs and a great cause.

There are many advantages to monthly giving: It’s simple! Your donation will be automatically withdrawn from your bank account or credit card each month. You can change the amount of your donation or cancel the withdrawals at any time. It’s effective! It reduces administrative and operational costs for processing donations. You know where your money goes! Every year, you will receive an annual report that provides verified financial statements and a summary of the activities you are supporting. It makes an impact! Your donation, no matter the amount, will be used where it is needed most. Becoming a monthly a donor is easy for you, economical for Development and Peace and makes a lasting impact in the global movement to build a world of justice. To learn more visit our website at devp.org or call 1 888 234-8533.

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Development and Peace planned giving options include the following: Bequests Life Insurance Endowment Funds Gift of Securities

You can make a difference by planning for the future! To learn more about the Legacy of Hope program, contact: Suzanne Slobodian Planned Giving and Major Gifts Officer 1 888 234-8533 ext. 307 suzanne.slobodian@devp.org


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES

Expenses

2012-2013 2011-2012 $

$

Regular program

7,568,632

6,838,927

Operational costs

907,670

1,150,887

Humanitarian aid

1,135,406

1,185,569

Bilateral programs and others

5,319,569

5,989,849

Deferred contributions (humanitarian aid)

4,317,584

5,789,826

19,248,861

20,955,058

Programs

1,383,742

1,592,282

Operational costs (including regional offices)

2,376,102

2,715,518

3,759,844

4,307,800

GOVERNANCE AND GENERAL OPERATIONS

1,857,646

1,527,976

FIXED COSTS, NEW INITIATIVES AND OTHER

1,466,392

2,317,909

26,332,743

29,108,743

4,303,516

-1,756,262

September 1, 2012 to August 31, 2013 INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

Revenues

2012-2013

2011-2012

$

$

Share Lent campaign

8,696,835

8,830,619

Government funding

2,158,632

956,122

Fundraising activities

6,052,089

3,777,472

Bilateral programs and others

5,695,426

4,219,131

Deferred contributions (humanitarian aid)

4,878,601

5,793,974

Humanitarian aid programs

1,204,935

1,434,264

307,307

2,070,613

1,642,434

270,286

30,636,259

27,352,481

Other sources of revenue Revenues linked to investments TOTAL REVENUES 16

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TOTAL EXPENSES BALANCE


From the audited financial statement prepared by KPMG LLP. Charitable registration number: 1 1882 9902 RR0001

Balance Sheet

2012-2013

2011-2012

$

$

35,033,867

35,316,529

984,476

645,659

36,018,343

35,962,188

22,202,814

26,460,495

132,309

156,934

22,335,123

26,617,429

199,132

325,898

Internally imposed restrictions

5,600,927

3,870,247

Restricted for endowment purposes

1,128,624

1,093,679

August 31, 2013 ASSETS

Current assets Long-term assets

IN-CANADA PROGRAMS

Current liabilities Long-term liabilities

FUND BALANCES

Invested in capital assets

Operations fund (unrestricted) TOTAL (Liabilities and Fund balances) 17

6,754,537

4,054,935

13,683,220

9,344,759

36,018,343

35,962,188

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*Development and Peace uses the deferred revenue accounting method, where revenues expended in a given fiscal period are reported and unexpended revenues are carried forward to future years. This year, we have changed the presentation of our financial statements to better reflect the internal structure of the organization following a restructuring in 2011-2012. Development and Peace wants to thank the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (formerly CIDA) for its annual contribution.

Breakdown of expenditures International programs: 73% In-Canada programs: 14% Governance and operations: 7% Fixed costs and new initiatives: 5% Other: 1%


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

D

evelopment and Peace would like to thank the partner organizations that it works with to accomplish its mission of solidarity with the world’s most vulnerable people and to take effective action for social justice. Their courage and commitment inspires us to keep on this journey with them. We are thankful for the ongoing support of our institutional partners, most notably the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), the Quebec Ministry of International Relations (MRI), as well as our member partners in the CIDSE and Caritas Internationalis networks. Development and Peace owes the success of its programs in the Global South to the unwavering commitment of its members, donors, volunteers, and devoted sympathizers. Your valuable support is what makes us all part of one human family.

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National Offices

Regional Offices

Montreal

Atlantic Provinces Danny Gillis

1425 René-Lévesque Blvd. West 3rd Floor Montreal QC H3G 1T7 514 257-8711 / 1 888 234-8533 info@devp.org

Toronto 80 Hayden St., #400 Toronto ON M4Y 3G2 416 922-1592 / 1 800 494-1401 ccodp@devp.org

Coady International Institute PO Box 5000 Antigonish NS B2G 2W5 902 867-4951 / 1 866 820-7835 dgillis@devp.org

Tina Ruest

986 Pré-d’en-Haut Road Memramcook NB E4K 1L1 506 334-0707 truest@devp.org


Quebec Pascal-André Charlebois / Elisabeth Desgranges

1073 René-Lévesque Blvd. West Quebec QC G1S 4R5 418 683-9901 pcharlebois@devp.org edesgranges@devp.org

Gaël SanRyu

180 Mont-Bleu Blvd. Gatineau QC J8Z 3J5 819 771-8391 gsanryu@devp.org

Ontario Genevieve Gallant

Manitoba Brenda Chaput-Saltel

Alberta/NWT Sara Farid

Luke Stocking

Saskatchewan Armella Sonntag

British Columbia /Yukon John Gabor

1247 Kilborn Place Ottawa ON K1H 6K9 613 738-9644 ggallant@devp.org

80 Hayden St., #400 Toronto ON M4Y 3G2 416 922-1592 lstocking@devp.org

Nana Kojo Damptey

Lore Bolliet / Jean-Paul St-Germain

1425 René-Lévesque Blvd. West 3rd Floor Montreal QC H3G 1T7 514 257-8711

PO Box 1838 Battleford SK S0M 0E0 306 937-7675 asonntag@devp.org

8421 101st Avenue Edmonton AB T6A 0L1 587 224-9017 smichel@devp.org

101D-33140, Mill Lake Road Abbotsford BC V2S 2A5 604 864-6383 jgabor@devp.org

698 King Street West Hamilton ON L8P 1C7 905 528-0770 nkdamptey@devp.org

lbolliet@devp.org jpstgermain@devp.org

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